Monthly Archives: June 2018

Thirty four locks and a hand grenade

There’s a fair drop from the Birmingham level down to Fazeley¬† Junction – thirty eight locks worth in fact and our intention was to do thirty four of them. Our plan was to stop¬† in the pound above the Dog … Continue reading

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Clearing up and saying goodbye

I’ve been way behind myself with the blog recently. If I’ve had the time to do it I’ve not had the phone signal and vice versa. Excuses, excuses! Today I’ve got time, phone signal and I’m going to try to … Continue reading

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BCNS 50th Anniversary Rally & the end of the 24 Hour Challenge

The day after we helped out on the Explorer Cruise life got a bit hectic! On Wednesday morning Gordon discovered that he had a hospital appointment down in Penzance on Friday – in two days’ time! He hastily arranged for … Continue reading

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Tidying & Locking – a busy lead up to the BCNS Rally

Saturday 19th May saw a small army of volunteers busy round the Titford Pumphouse, preparing it for the 50th Anniversary BCNS Rally. This year nearly eighty boats were expected as the rally coincided with the end of the 24 hour … Continue reading

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Five go up the Wolverhampton 21

It feels like a lifetime ago that Gordon and I went up the Wolverhampton 21 with Roly and Bev from nb Klara but it’s only actually been a fortnight. We’ve crammed a lot into the last two weeks! It was … Continue reading

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